The African Princess: Nandy, a Tanzanian singer, has risen to fame by creating great club bangers with the most recent being a collabo with Kenyan artiste; Willy Paul, “Hallelujah”.
The “Njiwa” singer, launched her album titled: “The African Princess” in a was star studded event at Golden Ice Bistro in +254’s capital.
But who is Nandy behind the angelic, sweet voice…
How can you describe your style?
Nandy pays attention to casual African print most of the time and she describes her style as fresh, African and casual.
What are the colors that you are currently into?
In her opinion, she plays with colors quite well, in order to bring life to any environment, though her most preferred colors are yellow and white.
How then has your style evolved?
For me, fashion has changed year after year. Back then, I was into jeans and colorful shirts. I then came to embrace dresses, specifically long dresses that have an African touch or accessories.
Speaking of accessories, what do you prefer?
Her current favorites are chains and rings but she prefers gold accessories at night when performing or just a simple night and silver on a simple day when indoors.
What five items are a must-have in every girl’s wardrobe?
A tracksuit, white pair of jeans, miniskirt, crop top and long black dress.
Fashionably speaking, define your ideal kind of man.
He should be outgoing and this should go hand-in-hand with his fashion. Also, I love a man who pays attention to small details and he should always smell good.
What do you splurge on?
I am a sucker when it comes to dresses and shoes.
How many pairs of shoes do you have?
Nandy tells Grace that she has more than 60 pairs that come in different colors and shapes which are for different occasions, times and seasons.
How many pairs of shoes do you have sis?
Who are your celebrity fashion icons?
Nigerian artistes Yemi Alade and Mr Flavour. They both always have a touch of African in all their outfits that inspires how I dress.
What’s your quick fashion advice to fellow artistes?
Always dress in something that you will be comfortable in, especially when you are performing. You can’t risk to have a fashion malfunction in front of your adoring fans.
So, don’t take chances when it comes to your on-stage dressing, just be as impressive as you can, but make sure your outfit is as comfortable as possible.